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Ipswich: Have you seen missing woman Elizabeth Coy?

18:50 18 July 2014

Elizabeth Coy, 50, was last seen leaving her home in Chatsworth Crescent, Ipswich on Wednesday at around 9.30am in her blue Seat Leon registration AV53 YUD and has not spoken with her friends or family since.

Elizabeth Coy, 50, was last seen leaving her home in Chatsworth Crescent, Ipswich on Wednesday at around 9.30am in her blue Seat Leon registration AV53 YUD and has not spoken with her friends or family since.

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A 50-year-old Ipswich woman has gone missing, police have said.

Elizabeth Coy was last seen leaving her home in Chatsworth Crescent at around 9.30am on Wednesday in her car – a blue Seat Leon registration AV53 YUD – and has not spoken with her friends or family since.

She is described as white, around 5ft 11ins tall, has shoulder-length blonde straight hair and is of a medium build.

Her husband reported her missing to police at 8.30am today.

When she was last seen, she was wearing brown three-quarter length trousers and a yellow top.

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